May 13th starts what is expected to be the last week of the 2018 legislative session. Bills are moving to and from committees landing on the floor of either the House or Senate to vote on. Many of the bills being discussed are amendments to
How eye tracking can reveal hidden human behaviors and uncover potential hazards.
One split second is all it takes for a life to be changed forever or taken away by a workplace accident. Each year, close to 9,000 people are killed on
The new rules in CDL schools will go into effect by February 7, 2020.
Instructional Technologies Inc. (ITI), a provider of training solutions for the transportation industry, has released the name of its new training program for drivers wanting to obtain a CDL: On
Workplace inspections are a legal requirement and a necessary component of an effective occupational health and safety program. Routine inspections help to identify existing and potential hazards so that corrections can be made. Corrections include implementing controls, such as elimination, substitution, engineering controls,
Washington - The Department of Transportation has issued a final rule, effective immediately, that makes minor technical corrections to regulations governing drug tests for workers in safety-sensitive jobs.
The final rule, published in the April 23 Federal Register, is intended to ensure consistency
Beyond just sheer capacity, one of the major advantages larger carriers have over smaller fleets and owner-operators is the ability to handle drop-and-hook freight. Drop-and-hook freight involves a trailer that is pre-loaded and simply picked up and dropped at another location. Truck drivers
Truck Sponsorship Enables Statewide Young Driver Safety Program by Youth Safety Council of Vermont
BURLINGTON May 1, 2019 - Heritage Toyota is supporting a statewide young driver highway safety program with the use and maintenance of a Toyota truck. The Youth Safety Council of
NIOSH has published a new fact sheet intended to help construction employers and workers prevent falls from roofs, ladders and scaffolds.
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, falls are the leading cause of death among construction workers, who average more than
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has created a webpage that outlines specifics of the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse, a national online database intended to provide - in real time - the names of commercial motor vehicle drivers who have failed drug and alcohol
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